The Artist Edit
The Artist Edit gives us the chance to work with upcoming artists, illustrators and designers on exclusive prints comissioned by and for Drawn. Wearable art that doesn't break the bank with limited edition prints drawn to be worn now, cherished and enjoyed forever.
Growing up in Kerala, Betsey found her inspirations in fashion magazines, 2000s movies and fairy tales. Her style is playful, melodramatic and sometimes messy.
'In Full Bloom' print
A self taught illustrator based out of Jaipur, Tanya Timble’s works are inspired by traditional Indian miniature paintings.
'Summer Siesta' print
Anjali was a print designer and the founder of ‘The Tiny Tumbler’. It was her passion, organically grown through a love of print, pattern design, and colours. She put down her love of collecting by visiting places for inspiration. Anjali’s conversation with colours pinned above her desk were her favourite part of the studio.
Text from: www.thetinytumbler.com
We lost Anjali a few weeks after she finished the print for us. But just like her beautiful flowers, she will bloom in our hearts forever.
'First Bloom' print
Krisha Seth is the co-founder at Dots and Doodles Design and the illustrator behind MisskCanvas. Her expertise lies in curation, designing, production and marketing of the products. Krisha was in the US when she first began her career in the field of finance but made a switch to design on finding her true calling in graphic design. She has always been innately curious and inquisitive. That’s when she revved up her on-the-job learning and several YouTube tutorials later, went on to create and execute the designs she envisioned.
'She Sells Sea Shells On The Sea Shore' print
A large chunk of the style of work that Satya does is inspired by and comes to life from her early childhood memories of drawing and creating without the fear of judgement or a need to attach meaning to the artwork. She likes to refer to her artwork & illustrations as "Play" because she is just playing, with colour, shapes, forms, ideas, materials, textures and textiles. She tends to use colour as an expression in her work and marrying that with the organic shapes and forms that have developed from pop culture, nature or just muscle memory makes her illustrations a piece that is open to interpretation.
'Eye Spy' print
Shreyasi is a self-taught artist born and brought up in the small town of Uttar Pradesh. She uses a generous amount of colour and texture to create immersive pieces, wherein, imagination blends with reality. Symbolism in the form of animals often dominates her artwork as she feels animals as a way of expressing raw emotions.
'Serpent Stripe' print
Shloka has a strong multicultural exposure through her education in Bangalore, Edinburgh and Milan.Since her earliest years, she responded to the aesthetic world on impulse, and saw it as a composition of natural art and design. Nature, the environment and everything around her plays a huge role in the way she experiences and perceives things.
'Gentle Reminder' print
Ishita a print designer and a concept artist from Meerut. Her journey towards art started from painting walls & mixing colours on thaalis. Her art is formed from her own unique experiences, thoughts, and love for colours. She usually creates art by indirectly taking inspiration from nature and her surroundings, the regular/irregular formation of new shapes, the subtle change in colour, value, and details in the same subject.
'Art Class' print